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and mild. it will be warmer this entire week. today a little low and a few mid 60s. also coming up on mornings on 2 more on that stunning announcement involving the pope. the leader makes a historic announcement the. a million dollar reward on that unpriest kepted police -- unprecedented police man doesn't. [ male announcer ] tender sirloin and a succulent lobster tail... for an incredible $16.99. share the love this valentine's, with sizzler's steak & lobster.
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it hasn't happened in nearly 600 years. the pope is stepping down. what led to this historic decision announced just hours ago. there's now a record- breaking record in that unprecedented police manhunt in southern california. we'll bring you a live report from los angeles. and bay area companies have a new target -- meters. big trouble for car owners. tire slashers. they are targeting a bay area neighborhood. "mornings on 2" starts right now.
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good morning. welcome to "mornings on 2." i'm dave -- i'm dave clark. >> i'm tori campbell. breaking news. a stunning decision involving the leader of the roman catholic church. the pope is stepping down. ktvu's tara moriarty joins you live from san francisco with more. >> reporter: some parishioners are wondering why the pope just didn't stay in office until he died. we're here at st. mary's cathedral. it's across the street from the san francisco archdiocese where mass began about 15 minutes ago. for years there have been reports of the pope's ailing health. but one of the biggest clues may have come prior to his election in 2005. pope benedict xvi hoped to retire and write books. he's he's a highly regarded scholar in theology.
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he submitted his resignation three times. despite statements that he didn't have the mental and physical strength to go on, one parishioner said it was bad timing. >> i would have resigned after -- let's say after easter. this is the most highly, highly -- holy, holiday of the catholic church. >> reporter: the 85-year-old's last day of pope will be february 28th the last time a pope resigned was nearly 600 years ago, in 1415, when pope gregory stepped down in order to an end a civil war within the church. pope benedict xvi was born in 1927 as joseph ratzinger in germany he was forced into hitler's youth at age 14. he served in the army but
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deserted and was captured by the americans. we are hoping to speak from officials from the archdiocese this morning. we'll let you know what they have to say. live from san francisco, i'm tara moriarty, ktvu channel 2 news. >> thank you. in overnight news, a crash in concord leaves one man with life-threatening injuries. police say he was walking across clayton road near bay lie road around 6:15 last night when a car hit him. investigators say the 52-year- old man was not in a crosswalk. he was rushed to john muir medical center. police know who hit him. an investigation is still underway. copper thieves are causing big problems for bay area drivers. alex savidge has a look at -- a look at this problem. >> reporter: copper thieves could be partly to blame for
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that lengthy commute. they targeted metering lights here at the isabel avenue entrance to 580 here. i will show you what they did. they broke into this electrical box here and they ripped off the valuable copper wire inside and hence the metering lights at this exit/entrance have been out for the couple of weeks. caltrans says a total of 599 lights have been vandalled -- 59 lights have been vandalized. the cost, $35,000 just to repair one of those lights. it takes several months to do the replacement work. thieves are ripping out copper wire from stoplights and freeway signs and that's contributing to traffic issues around the bay area. the incentive for thieves, the price of copper has tripled in the past four years. in the meantime, caltrans and many agencies are fighting
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book. they are switching to aluminum fire. now, coming up this morning at 8:00, we'll tell you about the new california law that aims to deter copper theft. live in livermore, alex savidge, ktvu channel 2 news. today, mississippi's governor will be out seeing the tornado damage that injured more than a dozen people. homes and businesses were damaged in hattiesburg yesterday. a state of emergency was declared on the university of southern mississippi. that's where the tornado damaged several buildings, the haititysburg -- the hattiesburg school district canceled the schools because of the damage. a lot of people are saying this is the damage that reminds them of hurricane katrina. new england is still recovering from a powerful weekend snowstorm. many highways were cleared. so most people could return to work this morning and power is
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being restored. warmer temperatures could bring rain instead of snow. but there's still concern that roofs may collapse under the added weight. the storm is blamed for at least 15 deaths in the northeast and canada. things are getting back to normal at san francisco international airport this morning after a weekend of cancellations from this nor'easter. dozens of flights were canceled on friday and saturday as airports on the east coast closed due to the blizzard conditions. that left passengers stranded at airports across the country including sfo. but all major airports have reopened following the storm. 7:06. let's go to sal. sal, we see the snow problem on the east coast. our problems in the commute could be worse. >> they could be, yeah. i'm gonna show you beautiful san francisco where there's no snow, not even rain. it's looking good, northbound 101 approaching the 80 split as you drive through. no major problems as you drive
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on 280 to downtown. now, driving into san francisco may be a different story. the bay bridge, it's pretty jam packed. i'm saying this commute is gonna take you a while. the last time we saw it this slow, it's been a little while since it was slow -- since it was slow. let's talk about the nim its freeway. -- nimitz freeway, that traffic is still better than it usually is. oakland 580 and 880 still looking good. you might want to take advantage of that. let's go to steve. very good morning. clear skies. temperatures on the coast for some. inland, cold. anywhere from upper 20s, 30s to low 50s all because of a northeast breeze. that's really helping the jet stream stays north and then dives into the middle of of the country. our low is right in the four corners. it looks like an active week for everyone except us. in fact, temperatures -- we might see some low 70s by wednesday if not thursday. no rain this week. 7 and 10-day outlook do not
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look promising as well. lows 30s, 40s. highs, 60s today. upper 60s to near 70 by wednesday. maybe thursday or friday for sure. santa rosa is the only one holding onto 100% of normal for the rain season. we did so well october, november, december. but a dry january and what's looking to be a dry february looks like these numbers will continue to go down, down, down. there is a lot of rain in tallahassee. they've had 4, 5 inches. severe lining up from atlanta back through alabama, mississippi, and north of new orleans and even into texas. for us, not a chance on anything here. looked really quiet except for sunny and warm. 30s and 40s. 50. 37 fairfield. there's still a component of an easterly breeze. north napa, northeast or east, even oakland hills and an
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easterly breeze. there are some that are mild. sunny, breezy, cold morning, inland. slightly warm. afternoon temperatures, 60s for many. low to mid. they will continue to come up. this might be the coolest day of the week. warmer temperatures stay in oakland and antioch. looks nice on the coast. very close on all of the temperatures here. low -- upper 50s, to a low to mid-60s. sunny side up and mild to warmer. thursday, friday, it looks dry but a little cooler. breaking news coming in now for wilmington, delaware, a gunman just killed his estranged wife and injured two others at the new castle county courthouse. officials say the suspected shooter has been killed by the police. the condition of the two people wounded, we don't know that just yet. one of the shooting victims is said to be a constable. this is breaking news coming in from wilmington, delaware, a shooting at a courthouse in new
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caustle, county. more -- in new castle county, no troubles -- coming up. cruise ship troubles. one is broken down stranding thousands of passengers. a big shortage of doctors in california. what's causing the problem here and the controversl solution that may put patients at risk.
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clear skies. it will be sunny and temperatures, 60s for many. thank you, steve. 7:12. this morning there's word of a record-breaking reward for information leading to the arrest of that former los angeles police officer wanted in the killings of three
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people. hal eisner joins us with more. good morning, hal. >> reporter: hi, tori. there's never been a reward like this. it's the largest local reward here in southern california. but there's never been a case like this, involving somebody targeting police. that somebody being an ex- police officer. so this reward, a million dollars, is out there for anybody who can provide information that leads to the arrest and the conviction of christopher christopher -- christopher dorner. >> my office is posting a reward of $1 million for information that will lead to mr. dorner's capture. >> reporter: you know, it was just a week ago last night that monica quan and keith lawrence were shot to death in irvine. and that started this ball rolling. dorner is 33 years old. he's an ex-navy intelligence guy and a former l.a. police officer who has vowed to
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take down l.a. police officers in his manifesto. it was a whole week last week those two deaths and then shootings of three other officers, one dying in riverside. authorities are dealing with a very challenging situation. first of all, false calls. one at lowe's hardware in the san fernando valley yesterday locked in a hundred people in that store as a result of police getting a tip he was inside. he was not in there. the other thing is, that there are about 15 people in this man fess co that dorner put out that are l.a.p.d. members, families, that are known targets to the police department. so they have security details and surveillance details out in 50 neighborhoods in the city of los angeles. tori, there has never been a case like this in southern california. and there has never been a reward like this because of that, a million dollars for
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information leading to the arrest and conviction of christopher dorner. tori? >> all right. thank you, hal. the government will investigate the fatal crash of a movie production helicopter in los angeles county. three people died when the shopper went down at the ranch south of palmdale early yesterday morning. they were filming a new reality show for the discovery channel. discovery called the crash a tragic accident and said it was cooperating fully with authorities. the faa says the cause of the crash is still not known. 7:15. five people have been killed in a cruise ship accident on the canary islandses. a lifeboat from a thompson cruiser ship fell into the ocean during a safety drill. five crew members were killed and three others were hurt. 1400 passengers were on board at the time, no passengers were hurt. meantime, more than 4,000 people are stranded on a cruise ship in the gulf of mexico. the coast guard has been in
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contact with the crew of the carnival triumph. it's about 500 miles from galveston, texas. they don't have enough power to get the ship to port. carnival says the ship will be towed to mexico and then travel arrangements will be made for those passengers. just 45 minutes from now, vice president joe biden will sit down with lawmakers and police in philadelphia to find ways to curb gun violence. as kyla campbell reports from our washington, d.c. newsroom, the white house faces fierce opposition on one of its proposals. kyla? >> reporter: president obama wants to put an expired assault weapons ban back in place. but the nra and gun owners say no way, they support enforcing laws that are already in place and new efforts to keep the mentally ill from getting guns. vice president joe biden is meeting with lawmakers and police with the philadelphia -- from the philadelphia area next
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hour. the white house is trying to rally police report for new gun laws. proposals include bans. >> i think there's gonna be a lot of hearings but probably more in the mental health area, potentially in some of the background check area but anything that hints towards some sort of national registry won't make it. >> how this gun control debate is expected to play a role in tomorrow night's state of the union address when i see you next. kyla campbell, ktvu channel 2 news. 7:17. video game violence is becoming a double-edged sword for marin county where game production pulls in big money. marin is home to several gaming companies and studios. the county open hopes the industry -- hopes the industry
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will stir growth. at the same time, individuals are being urged to turn those in for money. 7:18. two state lawmakers think members of the legislature should have enough time to read the bills they are actually voting on. an april semablywoman from modesto and a state senator from davis, they want to change the california constitution. theyant all proposed laws to be available online sand in printed form for at least 72 hours before any vote could be taken. that would mean the legislature couldn't just jam through bills at the end of a session. that proposal would require voter approval. california could face a doctor shortage while trying to meet the demands of the federal affordable care act. the "l.a. times" reports 16 of california's 58 counties have the recommended number of primary care doctors. in addition 30% of california's doctors are near retirement age. now, to try to deal with the
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problem, lawmakers are proposing giving more authority to physician assistants, nurse practitioners and even pharmacists, some doctors worry that could put patients at risk. 7:19. later this afternoon, the sonoma county woman accused killing her mother will face a judge for the first time. deputies say 24-year-old julia franzen is accused of stabbing her 54-year-old mother nancy last week in their sebastopol home. deputies think the two may have gotten into an argument. neighbors say julia franzen has mental health problems. her mother was trying to get her help. this week, officials will hear barry bonds' appeal on obstruction of justice charges. bonds needs at least two of the three judges to overturn his conviction. he was convicted in 2011 of misleading a federal grand jury
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investigating the balco steroid scandal. there's a new king of pebble beach. brandt snetikar. he broke through for his first victory of 2013 after finishing second to tiger woods and phil mickelson. 7:20. gas prices keep going up which means you have less money to spend on other things. the national average for a gallon of regular is now $3.59. that's up 25 cents in the last two weeks. they've gone up a little bit more than a dime here in california but our prices are still higher than the national average. the highest bay area average is san francisco, $4.02. it's still a few bennies less than 4 bucks around the rest of the bay area. analysts say prices could still inch up before the end of the
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month. 7:20. it's clear. >> it's still cold outside. >> up next -- steve paulson will tell us if any rain clouds will make an appearance in this week's forecast. ♪ >> oh, yeah. big night at the grammys. we'll give you a look at last night's big winners. if your driving on 237 westbound, it's a little bit slow there. we'll give you the drive times for some of the most crowded commute the -- commutes. that's straight ahead. [ male announcer ] pillsbury grands biscuits.
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year went to mumford & sons. record of the year went to goyte. the group fun take home awards for new artist and song of the year. the black keys took home award -- a. >> i didn't think we were gonna win this one. >> i didn't think you were gonna either. you just told us that. the san francisco symphony, they won a grammy last night for best orky strawal perform -- orchrs-- orchestral
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performance. how is traffic looking sal? >> well, it's not as bad as it would be had there been a crash. there's about a 25-minute delay. the car poolers are getting through much more quicker than that. let's move along and take a look at 880 northbound and southbound. this commute is about eight minutes from the coliseum up to downtown oakland. there are no major problems. there. the problem with the commute in oakland on 80 westbound will be slow coming in through berkeley. as we tilt down and look at the hayward to fremont commute. that's about a 17-minute drive between 238 and mowry avenue. let's go to steve. thank you, sal. clear skies. it will be sunny today and warm he. it will be a warmer week.
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really not anything that screams rain for next week. 46 in san francisco. a lot of 30s around. there is an easterly breeze or a northerly breeze. pretty good dumbing off the higher el -- coming off the higher elevations. slightly warmer afternoon highs. everything will be in -- well, to the east of us for a while here. 60s on the temperatures. mainly low to mid. a few upper 50s. a lot of 60s. we'll continue to warm up. i think we'll see upper 60s by wednesday and near 70 for some afternoon highs thursday and friday. the weekend is still dry but a little bit cooler. >> all right. thank you, steve. 7:26. some b.a.r.t. riders may need to find a new way to get around. the new law that will allah b.a.r.t. to -- allow b.a.r.t. to ban some passengers. and drivers are fed up with tires being slashed. >> reporter: we're live in los
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concord police are looking
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for individuals who are slashing tires. brian flores is live with more. >> reporter: we're live on bel air drive at this apartment complex or condo complex, i should say. a lot of the residents say they like living here but the problem, this is probably the second time that tires have been slashed. this car having to deal with one, two, even four tires slashed. police are left wondering who is responsible for this. according to concord police, tire slashings happen sometime before 7:00 a.m. on sunday morning. that's when the first reports came in. they are targeting on glacier drive, bel air drive and it wasn't just one tire. it was four tires on most cases. one resident says not only is this a huge inconvenience, but costly. >> the tires have to be
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replaced. we're looking at about $800 for the cost. >> reporter: wow. >> replacing all of the four tires. it's all of the four tires that were damaged. >> reporter: and tow trucks are continuing to come here at least in this complex this morning to tow the cars to tire shops. last april 37 tires had tires slashed. and christmas eve, tires were slashed in concord. we take it out here live, we saw at least seven, ten cars affected. some residents say the cars parked inside this gated area. mostly the cars outside of here were mostly affected. we'll talk to concord police and see what's the latest on the investigation. back to you. >> thank you. unanswered questions this morning about a deadly shooting in unincorn rated san jose. sheriff deputies say they found
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the body of a man shot outside of a home on rhonda drive creed afternoon around 4:00. at -- yesterday afternoon at around 4:00. at the same time, another man showed up with a gunshot wound. investigators say he was at -- at that same home. >> we're just concerned if this is a homicide, suicide, or any other crimes may be involved. >> the injured man is expected to survive. deputies say the shooting appears to be an isolated case and the community is not in danger. >> your time is now 7:32. police in palo alto searching for the gunman who robbed a man in a carport. the gunman is described as being in his late 20s or early 30s. take a look. if you have any information, call palo alto police.
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in los gatos, debate over restricting gun sales expected to get so hot some people want the town council meeting tonight to be postponed. ktvu's janine de la vega, live in los gatos, where one gun storeowner says he's even getting death threats. >> reporter: dave, that's right. the attorney for the gun store from templar sport issued this letter asking the council to postpone the meeting tonight because the owner of the gun store got death threats after last week's meeting. i checked on the website for the town of los gatos and the meeting will go on tonight. let's go to video from last week's town council meeting which was packed who were divide the. people were voicing their -- who were divided people were voicing their concern. others are support, the gun store. that meeting ran until
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midnight. it's supposed to continue tonight. the council wants to explore whether to make policies on where the gun stores are made and to require i.d. checks. after last week's meeting, robert chang, one of the three owners of the templar sports, received a death threat. residents we spoke to were appalled to hear this. >> it's sad there is a death threat against him owning a store that sells gun. >> reporter: do you think it's gotten out of hand? >> yes. >> reporter: do you think that los gatos should be exploring any kind of a policy on tightening gun control? >> yes. i don't think we should sell attack weapons. as a business owner, if he's following the law, he should be able to have his own business. >> reporter: the police department is investigating and the owner's attorney did -- did not want to elaborate on the
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death threat. but he's concerned about the safety of the other two owners. one is a los gatos police officer, the other is a los gatos businessman. that meeting happens at 7:00. again, hundreds were in attendance last week. it's still expected to be packed tonight. i've already reached out to the attorney for the templar sports to get reaction to the meeting. in the next a hour, the store is expected to open up. we hope to have more next hour. janine de la vega, ktvu channel 2 news. >> thank you, janine. 7:35. today will be getting a look at the $1.3 billion highway 4 project that include extending b.a.r.t. defense to antioch. they are looking service to
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antioch -- they are looking at -- b.a.r.t. to antioch. the meeting is scheduled to he begin at 10:00 a.m. on lone tree way. the chronicle is reporting that b.a.r.t. is considering to upgrade the embarcadero and montgomery stations in san francisco. the $900 million expansion calls for allowing riders to board and exit on both sides of the train. b.a.r.t. would add staircases and elevators. construction could take five years. stations would remain open during the renovation. tonight, b.a.r.t. is holding a first of series of communeny meetings about a new law that would allow lied riders to be babbed for up to a year. riders to deface property must be cited at least three times in the 90-day period before they are banned. riders who are violent can be banned after one incident. the law is scheduled to go into
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effect in may. 7:36. sal, come on back. should i try to drive to the toll plaza right now? >> no, because you're anchoring until 9:00. [laughter] >> that might be a problem. but if you were, it would be busier than usual, dave and tori. the traffic is going to be slow this morning. i think a lot of people are trying to get in. there have not been major crashes. we're looking at the macarthur maze. you can see coming around what they call the berkeley curve which is not in berkeley, but we won't nitpick. it's coming around the curve. that's about a 30-minute delay. let's move along to 880 northbound. that looks pretty good as you pass the coliseum. no major problems. i want to look at the livermore valley drive time. that's been deep this morning. it's very slow. this is at least 30 to 40 minutes between tracy and dublin. that's a good, long wait for you. as you -- 46 minutes. you see our computer says more.
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46 minutes from grantline to 680. and if you are driving on highway 4 in antioch. the slow traffic in antioch but it gets better in pittsburg and bay point. now it's 7:38. let's go to steve. sunrise over the big city. it's clear skies. cold for some, lows anywhere from 30s to near 50. a very quiet dry weekend. in fact, sunny and warmer. in fact, most of the seven, ten- day outlooks promising for main. february will probably follow a similar pattern in january. sunny and warm. a dry forecast even warmer weather. it looks like some 70s popping up until we hit january. one dry month is okay. now rainfall is going under 100%. san jose is there. santa rosa holding onto 100%. they will probably go to 91 and 98. if not today, tomorrow.
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there is rain. there's been some heavy-duty rain and thunderstorms. any travel plans there. for us, not much is going to happen. it will be a clear, dry day. 30s, 40s on the temperatures. half moon bay its ising -- sitting -- bay sitting at 50. it's 47 in phoenix and 0 up in flagstaff, arizona. it's cold there. not here. sunny, breezy. slightly warmer high temperatures. again, this week looks oh, so quiet. temperatures, 60s. a lot of low to mid-60s. they will continue to warm up throughout the week. the low 60s for many here. oakland downtown, 63. same for santa cruz. they will probably be 70 by thursday. 62 half moon bay and pacifica. very quiet. sunny side up and temperatures warming up. 70s by i think thursday and friday. the weekend a little cooler but it will still be dry. back east people are cleaning up, especially from
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connecticut, new hampshire, boston. a storm that slammed the region. there is a lot of snow to clean up. at least nine people were killed after a record number of snow. tori dunham is in boston to explain why people may be facing a huge challenge. tori? >> reporter: all right. so people here in boston and massachusetts in some of the nearby states are trying to dig out from all of the snow. it's especially bad where cars are completely covered in snow. on top of all of that, there's rhine falling. digging out -- rain falling. digging out. rescuing cars stranded on highways. from pennsylvania to maine, the blizzard that hit friday is still wreaking havoc. connecticut saw some of the highest snow totals. people look out their windows and see 40 inches of snow. they realize this is not a snowstorm. this is a disaster.
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this is an emergency. this is dangerous. >> reporter: whether they are trying to figure out a parking spot or farm animals, this is a workout. >> there's no reason to get around unless you have a snowplow. so i figured i would put in a few hours. >> reporter: with snowbanks running higher than 3 feet, people are running out of places to put this all. >> it's frustrated to find nooks and crannies to stick the snow in. >> reporter: while many are getting back to work, it's another snow day for kids in boston where crews are still trying to clear the streets. a lot of the side streets, still need to be plowed. with a mix of rain and snow in the forecast, already heavy snow could get heavier and more dangerous. particularly on roofs and on the roads. once that gets wet and once it freezes. that's the equivalent of a jersey barrier. people need to slow down. some have had enough of this
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winter blast are -- others are taking it in side and enjoying it while it -- in stride and enjoying it while it lasts. more than 100,000 people here are still without power. the governor is now saying there's a lot of debris in some of the coastal areas hit by the storm. we're live in boston, back to you. >> thank you, tori. good information. 7:42. it was supposed to be a huge moneymaker. why there's real concern that this year's america's cup could end up costing san francisco millions of dollars. the next device from apple could be something you wear.
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wall street slipped to the opening bell. later in the day, investors will keep an eye on the meeting of finance minsters from the 17 eu countrys that use the euro. taking a live look at the big board, the dow is down 30. the nasdaq is down 6. s&p down 2. apple could soon come out with something new. the new york times says apple is testing a new device that's worn like a watch. the paper says the device is made of glass and runs on a mobile operating system. analysts say apple products already have fashion appeal so the idea of wearing an apple product is not much of a stretch. australian lawmakers want to know why their citizens must pay so much for iphones, ipads. an iphone that sells for $500 in the u.s. costs $540 there despite the australian dollar
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being worth than the u.s. dollar. 7:45. well, an investigation by san francisco city attorneys into how some city employees used city computers should wrap up soon. the p.u.c. is working with the district attorney to investigate that several work employees used the computers to download pornography and gamble online. the inappropriate use of looking at explicitly sexual materials and gambling online can lead to employees being fired. the america's cup race could cost taxpayers millions of dollars. pam cook is in the studio right now. what's the reason for the big deal. >> there are a few reasons. $20billion. that amount is what could fall on san francisco to pay. now, with less than three months to go, the money raised to host the world-class event
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is far below what's needed. the croppicle reports the shrinking size of the event has helped reduce cost but it's also reduced corporate interest in sponsorship. this started with 12 teams. it has been whittled down to three. so fewer people and less money is now projected to come into the local economy. the park and rec told the paper they raised $9 million from local donors and $5 million from the racers in the form of a loan that may not have to be repaid. that's about $14 but the race's estimated cost including police, transportation, is about twice of that. coming up in the next hour, why the well-known host may be one reason the money is not flowing into the event. dave? >> all right, pam. 7:47. rick perry starts his three-day tour of california today. he's trying to lure businesses to texas. perry will go to san francisco, the silicon valley, los angeles
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and orange county. he's due to meet with executives on high tech financial insurance and movie industries. he wants them to relocate their firms to texas. last week in a radio ad governor perry said texas offers a friendlier business environment than california. 7:48. tomorrow night, president obama will deliver his first state of the union address of his second term. jamie dupree joins us via skype. what are you hearing about the focus of the president's state of the union address? >> reporter: the basic line out of officials from the white house the last couple of days has been that the president will focus on economic issues, job and the economy, still at the top of the list. but, of course, i would think, tori, that he will talk about a number of very detailed items like the ideas of gun and gun violence in the wake of the
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newtown, connecticut shootings, immigration reform issues and the budget cuts coming up on march -- march 1,the focus -- the -- march 1st. the focus the white house is saying the argument will be on economic issues. we'll see what happens tomorrow night. >> do you expect he will set a more conciliatory tone with republicans or will he still have that aggression tone at the inauguration address? >> reporter: we've seen some reports of it -- it will be more aggressive. i guess there's two ways to look at it. right now, the republicans are basically saying we don't want to do x, y, and z, when it comes to the budget items and the reform and the issues on gun and gun control. so you could look at it two ways. the president probably has to sort of tread a fine line in a tense, tori, while urging action in the congress. he doesn't want to come april cross so negatively that it hurts overall -- across so negativity that it hurts
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overall. we'll see what sort of mix of ingredients they come up with tomorrow night. but judging, i have to say, tori, from the number of people, including in, who will be bringing a guess, to the state of the union address victims of relatives of people who have observed gun violence, it looks like democrats will be on the move on that issue and i would assume others as well. >> even just today we had the shooting at courthouse in delaware that -- where a man is accused of shooting his wife. so it's still gun control issues, still very much in the forefront. >> reporter: i expect the president to talk about that. in his inaugural address, he made a passing revs to gun violence. didn't really talk about it. one would think with the hearing tomorrow on the issue, that democrats will be fully ready to bring that up and i would fully expect the president to do the same tomorrow night. >> all right.
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thank you. you can find a rink to -- link to jamie's blog, go to, pull down the news menu bar. ktvu will carry, the state of the union address tomorrow live. >> absolutely. cracking down on violence in second. a police consultant talking about the plan for taking back the streets. plus -- it's the last time a popular men's tennis tournament will be held in the bay area, the issues that forced event organizers to move.
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who is the captain that has your area? that captain will be available all of the time. if you have concerns, that can'ten is gonna know them. he's gonna be expected to do -- captain is gonna know them. he's gonna be expected to do them. it is 7:54. this week, means the end of a popular men's tennis tournament that's usually held here in the bay area. the open, which is played in the bay area for 125 years, will move to memphite next year. the tournament -- memphis, tennessee next year. 7:54. sal, can you help the folks on highway 4? >> it's a little slow there. we've had slow traffic. slower than it was even the
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last half-hour, coming up and over the glade. it's improving again -- grade. it's improving again. a look at it one minute and it's slow and then another minute, it seems to be clearing up. let's take a look at the commute here at the toll plaza. it does see some improvement. it's still backed up for about a 20-minute drive time. i want to thank jack lew wis for alerting me -- lieuis for alerting me about this -- lewis for alerting me via twitter. that's what it's about. >> yes. and most people reporting, either saying it's cold or mild. 30, 40, near 50. it's clear. i think i saw one cirrus cloud up there. it's gonna be a very quiet week. it's february. we need some rain. it does like nice for sunshine
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and warmer weather. 30s, 40s. half moon bay is 50. 48 sfo. 34 novato. look how everything goes from land to sea. that's an offshore breeze. that means sunny and breezy. cold mornings. in fact, temperatures along the coast, probably warmer than those inland. i think everybody will catch up later in the week. right now, looking for temperatures to warm up. there will probably be some patchy fog but the trend is this is what i'm saying. still dry, tori and dave. >> thank you, steve. the search continues for a former los angeles police officer. we'll have live coverage of the million-dollar reward in this unprecedented manhunt. >> reporter: the pope announces his resignation this morning. why parishioners are shocked but vatican insiders might not be. >> reporter: and bay area target thieves are targeting
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ktvu's tara moriarty joining us live from san francisco with more whoop was behind this morning a historic announcement. tara? >> reporter: well, some say it's bad timing with easter coming up so close. this is really the spiritual time for catholics, a very busy time of the year. so a lot of people say that he should have waited. others here at st. mary's cathedral here near the archdiocese headquarters say that, you know, they feel bad for him. if he needed to step, he needed to. there are been reports of his ailing health and right around the time of his election in 2005, pope benedict hoped to retire and spend more time writing books. he's a highly regarded scholar in theology. that was shot down basically by pope john paul ii. now, pope benedict told vatican cardinals that he didn't have the strength to go on. people we spoke to this morning said all of the other popes except one have died in office.
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why couldn't he? but others were sympathetic. >> i was listening to the catholic radio station and they were saying he wanted to resign even before. right now, he feels this is it. so god bless him. >> reporter: the 85-year-old ally last day of pope will be february 28th. the last time the pope resigned was nearly 600 years ago, when pope gregory xii stepped down in an effort to end the civil war within the church. pope benedict xvi was born in 1927 as joseph ratzinger. he served in the army but deserted and was eventually captured by americans and then released. his decision sets the stage for a new pope to be elected before the end of march. the san francisco archdiocese just opened about a minute ago. we are hoping to speak to someone from there and get
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reaction on this event. >> all right. tara, you can get more information about the surprise resignation announcement about the pope by going to click on the pope resigns tab. 8:01. police in san mateo, warning residents about an increase in residential burglaries. the police say several burglaries have been reported in the fiesta gardens and shoreview neighborhoods of san mateo in recent weeks. most of them have been happening during the daytime when people are at work. the thieves usually 0 knock on the -- knock on the door first to find out if anyone is home. police are telling residents lock all of your windows and the doors. a crash in concord left one man with life-threatening injuries. police say he was walking across clayton road near bailey road about 6:15 last night when a car hit him. investigators say the 52-year- old man was not in the crosswalk at the time. he was rushed to john muir medical center. police say they know who hit him and the investigation
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continues this morning. it is 8:01. a fatal shooting in san francisco's western edition has people searching for suspects. investigators say a man was shot in the chest at webster and hay streets after 2:00 a.m. the 21-year-old was later pronounced dead at the hospital. police don't have anyone in custody. they are still trying to figure out what led up to the shooting. it is a growing problem on bay area roads and freeway ramps. copper thieves have been targeting traffic and metering lights. alex savidge is in livermore with what's driving this trend. good morning, alex. >> reporter: good morning. the price of copper has tripled. thieves broke into this electrical box not long ago and stole a valuable copper wire inside. this box power, the freeway metering lights. we'll show you here to 580, the lights have been out now for the past couple of weeks. some believe this kind of
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vandalism is leading to more traffic tieups around the bay area. caltrans says a total of 59 lights have been vandalized in the bay area over just the past here and crews have only been able to fix 18 of them so far. the cost is about $35,000 to repair one of the meters. it takes several months to do all of that replacement work. thieves are ripping out copper wire from stop signs and freeway signs and that's contributing to traffic delays. in the meantime, caltrans and other agencies, they are trying to fight back and switching over to aluminum fire. there's also a new state law here in california that takes effect this year that will increase the penalties for copper thieves and for those metal recyclers. in many cases, they could face three years behind bars. again, this is a -- a trend that's developing. one that drivers out there don't want to hear about if it's gonna lead to longer commutes.
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the commute time is already bad enough as it is around the bay area. with that being said, we'll send it over to sal castanedo with a look at how the drive is this morning. hi, sal. >> reporter: good morning, alex. it's slow. the traffic is moving along slowly at the been toll plaza. in the last few minutes we've seen some improvement. we haven't had any accidents. traffic is still backed up for about a 25-minute delay getting into -- before you make it on the bridge. looking at the 880 commute, it's filled in quite a bit. this is 880 northbound near the coliseum. that begins to slow down up to oakland. there's a vehicle fire on the altamont pass. that commute has been almost an hour from grantline road to 680. that's terrible an hour to -- when it's not moving slowly, this same commute could take 15 minutes. now it's taking four times as much. ouch. it's terrible. let's go to steve.
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>> sal, you are on twitter. if i wanted to send you a message, just look up my name. >> thank you. >> @salcastanedo, sunday -- underscore. we need some rain. this is february. nothing is happening here. we had great sane. but january, february dry, not good. sunshine, breezy, mild. cold. it's a dry forecast this week with warmer weather, 60s to 70s. phoenix, 47 this morning. flagstaff, 2 below. even los angeles, 39. there's some cold air. but for us, clear skies, cold morning. a lot of sunshine. temperatures, coming up, yeah, my old girlfriend is back in town. offshore flow. he's here. that means temperatures -- she's here. that means temperatures warm up. we can find a lot of rain in the deep south. atlanta probably delays.
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you can see a line of severe weather heading to them. tallahassee, florida, have had 5 inches of rain. new orleans, jackson, mississippi. there will be severe weather down there. for us, high pressure likes it out here. 30s 40s to near 50 at half moon bay. it's 50 in san francisco. there's the component of that offshore breeze. the offshore breeze, if you are in the 30s, you have 20s windchill factor. ism saw that in livermore and napa's north fund, that comes off the hills. it's kind of breezy to blustery, but that all goes offshore. that means temperatures warming up. a northeasterly breeze. all put in place. this might be the coolest day of the week. sunny and breezy. cold morning, not for all, but mor most. 60s for many. i think these will be in the 60s.
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oakland, warming up. 63. same for santa cruz. gilroy is in there. san jose, 61 and 62 half moon bay, 60 san francisco. redwood city. san carlos in there. i'm sure there will be patchy fog but the trend is cooler. we're continues to follow breaking news out of wilmington, delaware, where three people have died in a courthouse shooting. officials see the suspect shot and killed his -- say the suspect shot and killed his estranged wife before being shot and killed by police. another woman was killed and two police officers have nonlife-threatening injuries. police say officers exchanged gunfire with the shooter in the courthouse's lobby before he passed through metal detectors. this is happening at the new castle county courthouse in wilmington, delaware. we'll continue to bring the latest on this breaking news as we get it. today, by the way, is the first day that the oakland as
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pitchers and catchers report to spring training in arizona. their first workout is tomorrow. the full squad reports on saturday. the defending -- the defending american league west champs are hoping to build on success and their first preseason game is scheduled for february 23rd against the brewers. fresh off giants' fan fest over the weekend, the 2012 world series champs are headed to scottsdale for spring training. the giants' pitchers and catchers, they report tomorrow. the full squad joins them on friday. the giants' spring schedule starts february 23rd. they will be playing the angels. >> a lot of people looking forward to that. >> oh, yeah. current on the battlefield, the army sergeant who will be awarded an important medal at the white house today. big news for northern california job seekers. pay attention. it involves a giant e-tailor.
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clear skies. it will be sunny and mild to warm. not only today. maybe some temperatures coming in in the 70s. cold mornings but mild days. thank you, steve. 8:11. the storm on east coast proud record amounts of snow. this is a time lapse video from rockhill, connecticut. it shows you how fast the snow fell there. look at it moving. more than 30 inches fell on long island and maine. boston recorded it's fifth
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largest snowfall. president obama will award the medal of honor later today to an army staff sergeant for his courage in afghanistan. clinton romashay is being honored for bravery in a 2009 battle in afghanistan. during a 13-hour firefight american soldiers were killed. even after being wounded. he went back into -- wounded, he went back in the battle and recovered the bodies of fellow soldiers. he will be a guest of the first lady's at the student tomorrow night. a decorated former u.s. navy s.e.a.l. chris time, he died last -- chris kyle. he died last week. he was shot at a texas gun range. shooter is in custody facing charges of murder. gun owners stocked up an ammo at a gun show in vallejo
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over weekend. they traveled to -- over the weekend. they traveled there and many they say this concerned about state laws including one that would require permits to buy a -- dash to -- to buy am ammo -- to buy aammonition -- ammonition. meanwhile, a gun buyback event has been announced for people in palo alto, east palo alto and menlo park. the event is scheduled to take place february 23rd in the parking lot of the east palo alto city hall. it's being held from 10:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m.
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people can surrender with no questions asked and get up to $300. cash will be limited. happening right now, vice president is in philadelphia discussing ring gun violence with police and law enforcement officials at a round table meeting. as kyle campbell reports from our washington, d.c. newsroom, the gun control debate heats up this week. >> reporter: the biggest is here in washington. the president's state of the union address is tomorrow night. president obama is expected to tell his opponents on his issue that something has to be done while telling gun control supporters there are limits to what they can do. we just learned a man whose wife was killed in the newtown shooting in december decomplained an invitation to the state of the union address. the white house pitched several plans since then, including universal background checks, a gun on -- ban on magazines carrying more than ten bullets and a man on assault weapons.
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vice president joe biden and president obama are crisscrossing the country to rally support from police and lawmakers at the state and city levels. biden is meeting with pennsylvania lawmakers right now. we'll hear more later today. the president plans to go to chicago on friday. his hometown is seeing gun rounds skyrocketing. robert gates says he supports using aerial drones to target suspected terrorists. >> you can far more easily limit collateral damage with a drone than you can with a bo, even a precision-guided munition of an airplane. >> the u.s. military's use of drones has been controversial, especially in afghanistan where civilian casualties from drone attacks have really angered the
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afghan government. back here, law enforcement agencies are still considering using domestic drones. this is a hot issue sparking a lot of controversy. coming up at 8:23, we'll take a look at what we found out in a ktvu special report and why unmanned aircraft may already be flying in your neighborhood. time is now 8:16. the manhunt goes on for christopher dorner. a $1 million reward was announced by city leaders for information leading to the capture of christopher dorner. our reporter is joining us live from los angeles with details. william? >> reporter: well, dave, having declared war on l.a.p.d. last week, the department responded last weekend in kind, lanabling dorner a -- lashling dorner a -- labeling dorner a terrorist. we have some new to show you.
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it shows dorner as a cadet as a police candidate in 2005. the city is upping the ante with money opening the $1 million will help lead to leads that will lead to his arrest. they are spending hundreds of thousands of dollars a day as it is trying to protect some 50 l.a.p.d. officers and their families that dorner has targeted for murder. >> collectively, this group led by my office is posting a reward of $1 million for information that will lead to mr. dorner's capture. >> reporter: now, for the search in the san bernardino mountains, that's been scaled back to about 30 officers who announced this morning going to the upper regions of the san bernardino mountains seeing if he might be there. the police have formed a federal task force there to coordinate their coverage and screen their calls.
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there was no credible leads. that turned out -- a lead over the weekend turned out negative. from a perspective, consider the olympic park bomber was on the run from the fbi's most wanted list for five years with a million-dollar price tag and whitey bulger, the mafia guy, he was out there for 12 years with a $2 million bounty. a reward in his arrest was eventually collected. this guy's photo is out there. they are getting false leads. hopefully it will make a difference. no credible leads. back to you. >> thank you. 8:18. well, because of the manhunt for christopher dorner, security at the grammy awards last night was a lot tighter. the l.a.p.d. fanned out around the staples center in downl -- in downtown l.a. charlie sheen has reached out to christopher dorner in
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his so called manifesto, dorner called charlie sheen awesome. tmz is reporting that charlie sheen recorded a message thanking him for his words but also urged dorner to call him so they could figure out a way to end this ordeal. we could hear a formal announce that american airlines and u.s. airways will merge later this week. most of the final details of the $11 billion deal have been worked out according to sources inside. they would mean the -- keep the american airlines name. amazon is just go ready to hire its workers at new two centers in the central valley. the center in stan list laws county opens this -- stanislaus county opens this summer and the one in tracy tracy-- tracy
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this fall. they are expected to create hundreds of jobs. 8:19. the city of dublin just hired some four-legged workers to deal with a messy problem. last month, there were more than 250 canada december at the dublin sports grounds. the complex has soaker grounds and soft -- soccer grounds and baseball fields. but the geese felt unsafe and dogs are being used to chase the geese away. last year, there were about 100 geese at the sports ground. >> that would be a dream job for any dog. >> yeah. >> go run. run all way. >> yeah. 8:20 is the time. we have new footage of an intense struggle truck -- intense struggle. we're looking outside checking your weather.
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a deadly stampede at a train station in india. the police are out there and they are also helping people who fell to the ground. more than 30 died. most were there attending a hindu festival. a stampede started after someone fell down from a platform bridge. others blame the police saying they had charged at the crowds. 8:24. in a ktvu special report, we took a look at the controversy surrounds domestic drones in our country. last thursday, seattle police abandoned the idea of using drones after public opposition. but on thursday, alameda county will consider drones for their sheriff department. some people are building drones in their homes for personal use. but that has many people concerned about their privacy. >> it's obviously an invasion of privacy and it should deal with the situation as it happens. >> i'm just trying to have fun. it's a lot of fun. >> the aclu is opposed to
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unrestricted law enforcement drones. right now, domestic drones are legally limited to 400 feet in altitude. but videos posted show the drones must higher with one flying through the golden gate bridge. >> all right, tori. 8:25. speaking of the bridges and the roads, sal is out there watching the entire commute. >> we have some of the traffic times getting higher. we'll start in san francisco where northbound 101, we have a little bit of slow traffic especially trying to get to the central freeway. the central freeway all the way out to the exit, very vo there -- very slow there. the southbound 101 traffic looks okay. you might consider the extension as an alternate. bossworth there is a crash there and sf fire is on the scene.
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the bay bridge toll plaza is backed up 20 minutes. livermore valley all the way into dublin, this is about -- this is about a one-hour delay. we've had a variety of problems today. if this is your commute, you need to put it off a little bit. let's go to steve. clear skies. interesting lows. some areas in the 30s, others in the 50s. pescadero, 54. half moon bay, 52. marin county, 33. point reyes lighthouse, 51. there is a big difference on some of the temperatures. it's clear for all. it will be a sunny and warm week. 52 now, half moon bay. 50 san francisco. although 52 out towards the mid richmond district. you can't believe how warm it is. coast and bay and that's allowing for temperatures. it's still cold for temperatures. get the component fairfield, east at 5. east san jose, sfo,
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northeast, i mean, that gives you an idea, everything is land to sea. might be some patchy fog. but the trend is for sunny and warmer weather. i think we'll get in the 70s. not today -- maybe thursday and friday. it will be sunny and warm here. there will be a lot of weather east of us. things look quiet re. too quiet. a lot of sunshine, mild, and warm temperatures. yes, i know it's nice. the weekend looks good. just a little cooler. 8:27. a tornado disaster in the south leads to a state of emergency. find out what's happening today in the hardest hit areas. >> reporter: we're live in concord where car owners in one neighborhood are fed up after car tires were slashed over the weekend. we'll tell you the latest on the investigation coming up. >> reporter: we're live in los gatos where things are expected to get heated tonight over a meeting about gun control and a gun store. we'll tell you about the latest
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concern that involves death threats. we'll tell you about security precautions being done tonight when "mornings on 2" continues. well, well, well.
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welcome back. tires were slashed on dozens of cars in concord. ktvu's brian flores is in concord now to tell us the area those vandals targeted. >> reporter: hi, dave. those residents are automatic billion 1400. this is -- are out $1400, they say. this is the third or third time these tires have been slashed, at least in this area.
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this american, residents are having to deal with this -- this morning, residenting are having to deal with, not one -- residents are having to deal with not one but four tires. they believe the slashings happened before 7:00 a.m. on sunday morning. police tell us at least 60 cars had tires slashed. concord police say the vandals targeted parked cars on glacier drive, bel air and mochado. most of the cars had four tires slashed. one resident that we spoke with who depends on her car to get her to the b.a.r.t. says she hopes the vandals are caught soon. >> it's a non-gated entry. i think that would help. or maybe some people patrolling. we don't know what the situation is gonna be. >> reporter: she says she's about $700 to $800 to replace all four tires on her car. this is the only time this has happened here in concord. last april, 37 cars had tires
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slashed. on christmas eve, four cars had tires slashed at an apartment complex in concord. as we take it back out here live, as we drove in here again, seven to ten cars affected. residents we spoke to said the cars in the gated part of the complex were not affected. we talked to to talk to concord -- we tried to talk to concord police. no word on any suspects. back to you. >> thank you. a debate over gun sales ends with death threats. ktvu's janine de la vega is live with who received the threats. you got off the phone with the attorney for the gun store. >> reporter: yes, he's had many sleepless nights ever since he received a death threat. as a result, he was told by the police department that security would be stepped up for tonight's meeting. now, the attorney for templar
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sports says his client, robert chang, seen here, received a death threat last week after the town council meeting. he would not elaborate on details but said san jose police are investigating. he's concerned about chang and the other two owners' safety and asked that tonight's town council meeting be postponed but i just went and spoke to somebody inside town hall and they confirmed that the meeting will be going on tonight to allow people to voice their tone on templar sports and the sale of firearms in los gatos. most of the people we spoke to were actually in support of the store. this is what one person had to say about the threat and the store. >> violence. it makes no sense. this is -- i think this speaks of the level of passion people have in this town for keeping it safe. people can always have the attitude, you know, not in my town, not in my town.
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but it doesn't make sense in this town. >> reporter: the town is looking to see whether it needs to tighten policies on gun stores and require conditional use permits an i.d. checks on the sale of firearms and ammunition. it doesn't appear that any policy that los gatos may make will impact templar sports. it will only affect it if the store expands and with affect any gun store operator that would operate in los gatos. the store and all of the people are invited to come to the meeting tonight at 7:00 here at the town council in los gatos. reporting live in los gatos, janine de la vega, ktvu channel 2 news. >> thank you, janine. 8:34. two women are in jail after being accused of robbing the old navy store in concord. it happened yesterday afternoon in the willow pass shopping center. police say a woman went in the store with her 4-year-old son and stole several items. when a prevention officer confronted her, she pulled out
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a knife, the woman jumped into another woman's car and they drove off. they were both later taken into custody. oakland police are looking for a man believed to be recall a and dangerous. police say they were called to the scene of an assault with a deadly weapon at 8:00 near 32 2nd street and martin luther king way. officers were able to capture one man but the other took off running. police say the victim did not suffer life-threatening injuries. police in tracy want your help. they are trying to find the driver involved in a deadly hit- and-run crash. last wednesday a bicyclist was hit and dilled in the crash. police are searching for a dark- colored '90s sedan that has tinted windows. it has a loud exhaust and may have front-end damage. if you have any information, call tracy police. mt. hamilton road has reopened after two car crash
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victims were rescued yesterday afternoon in a very difficult rescue. the car landed 150 feet down a ravine along highway 130. the driver was trapped for more than two hours. the crews out there used ropes and pulleys to get that person out. two victims were taken to trauma centers and they are expected to survive. two small earthquakes rattled the geysers area of sonoma county overnight. the first quake hit around 10:30 and meshed 2.8. the second hit 30 minutes later and measured 2.7. there are no reports of any damage. in sacramento today, state senators will see a presentation about an earthquake early-warning system for california. state senator alex padilla has introduced legislation calling for this system. the goal would be to provide up to 60 seconds advanced warning of an earthquake. experts say that would be enough time to allow people to take cover, exit a building,
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stop a train or power down critical infrastructure. today, mississippi's doctor will see the tornado -- governor will see the tornado damage that injured more than a dozen people. homes and businesses were damaged in hattiesburg yesterday. a state of emergency was dae claired on the -- declared on the university of mississippi. classes were canceled today because of storm damage. many who live there say this reminds them of the damage caused when hurricane katrina hit their city back in 2005. the northeast still still shivering and feeling the effects of that deadly snowstorm back there. most highways have reopened and people are starting to get back to work and going back to school. electricity has been restored to hundreds of thousands of people. in two towns of massachusetts, 90% of the residents have no electricity. at least 15 deaths here in the u.s. and in canada have been reported during this snowstorm
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which buried cars and closed airports over the weekend. things are slowly getting back to normal at san francisco international airport after a weekend of cancellations as a result of the northeast storm. dozens of flights were canceled friday and saturday as airports on the east coast shut down because of blizzard conditions. that left a lot of passengers stranded at airports nationwide including sfo. but all of the major airports have reopened after that storm. let's check in with sal who is covering some breaking news for us. >> just got word of a possible structure fire in redwood city on maple street. 722 maple is the address they've sent, a full -- it looks like a one-alarm response in redwood city. we'll let you know. this is according to the maps here near the grocery outlet in redwood city. we'll let you know about this as it comes in. let's take a look at some of the traffic. westbound bay bridge improving as you come into the area.
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no major problems on the span. that's about a ten-minute delay. westbound san mateo bridge looks good as you drive out to the peninsula with no major issues. the livermore valley commute, improved a little, but not muff. this commute is down to 33 minutes from grantline. it had been almost an hour. let's go to steve. thank you, sal. a very good sunday morning. cold for some. not too bad for others. there's 30s, 40s and 50s. clear skies, probably a little haze around the edges here. breezy, mild. it's an offshore breeze. it looks like that will continue. cold morning and then warmer. dry forecast this week. next week looks cooler and breezy. in fact, temperatures may be getting into the 70s. if not wednesday, thursday and friday. pretty cold little system that visited us on from i -- visited us on friday. i know it was 2 below in
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flagstaff. 47 in phoenix. 39 in las vegas. for you, everything will be sunny and warm after a rather chilly morning. san francisco 50. san jose, 38. santa rosa, 37. livermore, 36. i know they had windills, they being livermore and san francisco, so for some, it's darned cold. there's the easterly component. it's turned westerly at half moon bay. it was easterly for a while. north, 8, offshore for fairfield, i know livermore's had a little component of it. you can see the clouds going from land to sea. that equals warmer weather. north breeze. some temperatures will get warmer. sunny, breezy. cold mornings, slightly warmer. just a little bit. very quiet pattern. very quiet. no rain in sight for us. not this week. 50s, 60s, to mid-60s. i would think clearlake, maybe
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ukiah, and oakland will be close on wednesday. even for santa cruz. they will get back in there. san jose, 61. cupertino. 62 half moon bay. also granada, mess cau der raw, 34 this american -- pescadero was 34 this morning. menlo park, right at 60. sunny side and warm. temperatures will be mild. as we go into the weekend, it will be a little cooler but still dry. 8:41. it's the super bowl of yacht racing. why the cup races may cost local taxpayers millions of dollars. >> reporter: it came as a shock to many, the pope announcing he will resign. we just spoke to the san franciscoard. we'll tell you what they had to say when "mornings on 2" continues.
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in the bay area. this afternoon, godaddy opens its new silicon valley office. the new facility is on mathilda place in sunnyvale. the ceo blake irving will be there to talk about the company's plans including doubling the tech work force in silicon valley. there is a little less alcohol in a popular kentucky bourbon. makers mark was 45% alcohol but that's no drop -- but that's now dropped to 42%. they are taking the step because they can't keep up with global demand. some fans are complaining but makers mark says it took tests and drinkers could not tell a difference between the two versions. let's bring you up to date on some of the other top stories -- this morning a police manhunt goes on for the former los angeles police officer wanted in the killings of three people. city leaders in los angeles announced a $1 million reward being offered for information leading to the capture of
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christopher dornern. a shooting this morning at a wilmington, delaware courthouse has left three people dead. official says the gunman killed his estranged wife and shot two others before police killed him. another woman has also been killed. two police officers have nonlife-threatening injuries. and the poem is resigning. tara moriarty has been on this story since 4:30. you just got reaction from the catholic archdiocese. they say they were surprised -- >> reporter: they say they were surprised. they say only a couple of insiders at the vatican knew that the pope was going to be making this announcement. they say that they are extremely supportive. right now they are reflecting on all of the wonderful things that this pope has done over the past eight years. now, the pope made the announcement this morning to the s.a.t. cardinals that he simply -- to
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the vatican cardinals that he didn't have the strength to go on. there have been rumors of his ailing health and his brother said he was having a difficult time -- difficult time walking. just before his election in 2005, the pope hoped to retire and spend more time writing books. he's a highly regarded scholar in theology. he tried to retire from his post three times. once he wanted to work as an archivist for the library but pope john paul ii said no. some say this is poor timing. >> if i were him, i would have designed -- resigned after, let's say -- after easter. this is the most holy days of the catholic church. >> reporter: all popes except one other have died in office. one parishioners thought the decision was a courageous one.
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>> he's older and god bless him. he wanted to resign before. if he wants to resign now, it's because he needs it. >> reporter: the 85-year-old's last day will be february 28th as pope. the last time a pope resigned was when pope gregory xii stepped down in an effort to end a civil war in the church. pope benedict xvi was born in 1927 as joseph ratzinger and forced -- was forced into hitler's youth. he deserted and was captured by the americans. experts say there are several contenders for a replacement. but there's no obvious front- runner. we'll continue to follow this story and bring you more on the news at noon. tara moriarty, ktvu channel 2 news. it was supposed to be a money-raising event. but it could end up costing
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local taxpayers millions of dollars. pam cook is here with the reasons why the america's cup race is coming up short. pam? >> well, one theory is that people don't want to give larry ellison, who is worth an estimated $41 billion for a yacht race -- money for a yacht race. with less than three months to go, the money raised to host the event is far we le what's needed. another -- far below what's needed. the america's cup sailing raise here in the bay started with 12 teams. it's been whittled down to three. big corporate sponsors are just not as interested. the park and rec department has raised $9 million from local donors. $5million from race organizers. but that's only about half of the projected cost. jerry brown says federal court oversight of california prisons is a costly conflict of
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interest. a new report says california taxpayers have spent $180 million for inmate attorneys and court-appointed attorneys over the last 15 years. they represent adult and juvenile inminutes who complain about the police -- inmates who complain about the conditions they are living in. texas governor rick perry begins his three-day tour trying to lure businesses to the -- to the lone star state. he will visit san francisco, the silicon valley, los angeles and orange county. he wants the producers of film companies to relocate to texas. he says texas offers a friendlier business environment than california. 8:50. hard to believe, one year ago today, whitney houston died. she died the night before last year's grammy awards. her body was found in the
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bathtub of the beverly hilton hotel room where she was staying. her death was ruled and accidental ruling but heart disease and cocaine use was listed -- was listed as contributing factors. last night, stars rocked the 55th annual grammy awards. ♪ >> yeah, that's justin timberlake. he went back on stage returning there with his new feature with jay-z. album of the year went to mumford and sons and record of the year went to hoyt -- hoyt. let's hear it for the san francisco symphony. they won a grammy for west or kiss strawal -- orchestral
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performance. nine minutes before 9:00, celebrations to mark the lunar new year are being held across the globe. ♪ >> in china, buddhist monks tolled bells and chanted to welcome the year of the snake. more than 35,000 people in the u.s. have signed a petition asking president obama to make the start of the lunar new year a national holiday. supporters say billions of people worldwide celebrate the lunar new year which is traditionally a time to return home to visit family. san francisco's chinatown will celebrate the year of the snake a week from saturday. this dates back to the 1860s. it's considered the largest celebration of chinese culture outside of asia. you can watch the parade right here on february 23rd, starting at 6:00 p.m. >> you will be there.
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>> i'll be there. we'll be on the floats. >> i will be waving right behind tori campbell. banned on b.a.r.t.? why some riders may seen need to find another way to get around. good morning. if you are driving in san francisco, still have some slow traffic as you approach the 80 split. we'll tell you more -- straight ahead.
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is that a woman? >> jason baitman and melissa mccarthy, "identity thief" took the top box. "warm bodies" dropped to second. two of b.a.r.t.'s busiest stations may be renovated. the chronicle is reporting that b.a.r.t. is considering up-- updating the embarcadero and the montgomery stations. a $9 million expansion allows riders to get on and off both sides of the train. b.a.r.t. would add stairs and elevators. this could take about five years. the station would remain open during the renovations. also tonight, b.a.r.t. is hold egg the first of several community meetings about a new law that would allow riders who commit certain offenses to be banned for up to a year.
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riders would have to be cited three times within a 90-day period before they could be banned. that law is due to take effect in may. let's check in one more time with sal, see how things are winding down. >> our newschopper2 arrived on the breaking news on maple street, 722 maple street, in redwood street. this is a house that caught fire. you can see there is a hole in the roof. firefighters are on the scene. we're not sure if anyone has been injured. i did hear some reports that everyone did get out. we're working to confirm that right now. you see firefighters are on the scene. maining in redwood city -- maple in redwood city. this morning, livermore still very slow. a lot of sunshine, temperatures warming up. upper 50s. it looks like sunshine and warmer temperatures until the end of the week, you too. >> you have to get some rain. >> i will put the order in. >> see what

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